Carrie Underwood shows full face in first TV interview after horrific injury

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Underwood's long-awaited comeback performance finally arrived at last month's ACM Awards, during which she debuted her latest single, the evocative ballad "Cry Pretty".

"When you're singing something that is straight from your heart, it's easy to just be in the moment and be connected to it", Underwood said. She added that, "Everyday I feel a little more back to normal".

The singer sat down with Hoda Kotb during the May 10 episode of Today, and Hoda revealed she didn't think Carrie looked any different than her pre-accident days.

"I just fell. I just tripped taking my dogs out to do their business", she described. It could have happened to anybody. "I say if I would have fallen anywhere else, it wouldn't have been a problem".

Although Underwood went darkish on social media for a short time frame throughout restoration, in December 2017, Under Deck alum Adrienne Gang posted an image along with her, marking the primary time followers had seen Underwood post-fall. "In the beginning (after the accident), I didn't know how things (her injuries) were gonna end up.; it just wasn't pretty", she said.

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And while Hoda (and fans) have pointed out that Carrie looks just the same as she did before the injury, Carrie emphasized that she had no idea what she'd look like after the accident.

The country singer explained that she was unsure about how her recovery process would go.

There she wrote: 'I'm still healing and not quite looking the same.

"I can't just walk in and be like, 'Hey, what's up?", she shares.

"I was on the stage and I didn't even know I could jump in these heels that I'm wearing and I did", Barrett told reporters backstage at American Idol. News. "I never realized how much it translates until after the ACM Awards. But it was one step that messed everything up", she added. Her full face was not in view in the photos she posted to social media, and she even penned a note to the members of her fan club on January 1, warning them that her appearance might be altered the next time they saw her.

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